Reno, Nevada A report Monday night said that a gunman bought ammunition at a Reno, Nev., Walmart store shortly before opening fire on three co-workers in the same store.
According to the Associated Press report, which cited police authorities, suspect John Dennis Gillane bought handgun ammunition in the sporting goods department about an hour before three managers were shot on Friday.
The suspect, a former Wal-Mart employee, was armed with two handguns during the videotaped attack but only a semi-automatic pistol was fired, police Lt. Mohammad Rafaqat told AP. The .44-magnum revolver for which the ammunition was bought was not fired, Rafaqat added.
The condition of two victims wounded in their torsos was upgraded Monday from serious to stable condition. The third victim, who was shot in the leg, was released after treatment Friday.
The gunman surrendered to police after six hours in an office inside Walmart. He had been a Walmart employee off an on for nine years and most recently worked in the store's receiving department, according to AP.